Our Breakfast Club runs from 7.50am to 8.40am each school day. Children arrive between 7.50and 8.15am. This facility is open to any child that attends East Stour Primary School, all you do need to complete a formavailable from the school office, or downloadable from the link below.
There are currently 90 children on the register but only 55 attend on a given day. There are 7 members of staff including myself – Mrs Chambers, who are there to assist with breakfast and play. Some children attend but do not require breakfast, others will have breakfast first. Children attend for many reasons, either their parents work, or the Pastoral Team think it would benefit their learning or improve attendance. We follow the school’s behaviour policy in the club.
Breakfast consists of a choice of cereals, cereal bars, fromage frais, fruit, fruit juice and milk as well as toast. On a Friday we have a treat of either baked beans or spaghetti or scrambled egg with toast. Once a term we have crumpets, or croissants as a special treat.
There are many activities for the children including: colouring, drawing, reading, completing homework, puzzles, lego, and physical games. When it is not raining we go outside.
We follow the same rules for behaviour as set out in the school policy; any unacceptable behaviour will be shared with both Mrs Law and the parents/carers of the child in question. If the behaviour continues to deteriorate then the child will be excluded from Breakfast Club until the end of the term, parents/carers will be given advance notification of this.
South Willesborough After School Club
South Willesborough Community After School Club is an Ofsted registered setting offering a range of activities in a play led environment, including arts, crafts, role-play, cooking activities, indoor and outdoor games.
The after school club provides the community of East Stour Primary School with a safe and secure space for children to play and socialise after school.
Recently inspected by Ofsted the club has been assessed the standard of care as “good” stating that “the staff team is motivated to offer a high quality experience for all children” and that “the staff know and value each child as individuals”. For further information regarding the latest Ofsted report for the club visit http://www.ofsted.gov.uk/inspection-reports/find-inspection-report/provider/CARE/EY332537
The club is open from 3pm till 6pm each weekday, during school term time and operates from the mobile classroom at the end of the car park.
For further information or to make a booking please contact the Senior Club Co-ordinator on 07538 094419 or email: email@example.com
Just £9 per session per child.
You must register your child with the club before they go. Places are limited , so the Senior Club Co-ordinator must be informed if a child is going or not attending when pre-booked.
Registered Charity number: 1104141 Company number: 4649786
An Application Form is available below